La Mirada High School
13520 Adelfa Drive

Coordinates33°54′29″N 118°00′10″W / 33.90806°N 118.0027°W / 33.90806; -118.0027Coordinates: 33°54′29″N 118°00′10″W / 33.90806°N 118.0027°W / 33.90806; -118.0027
TypePublic high school
MottoHeart Pride Trust
School districtNorwalk-La Mirada Unified School District
Faculty86.62 (FTE)[2]
Enrollment1,982 (2018-19)[2]
Student to teacher ratio22.88[2]
Color(s)Royal Blue and Vegas Gold
RivalsMayfair High School, Norwalk High School
NewspaperEl Toro
WebsiteLa Mirada High School Website

La Mirada High School is a public high school in La Mirada, California. It is a member school of the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District which was built in 1960 as one of three high schools in the district. After the Norwalk/La Mirada School District voted to close William N. Neff High School in 1980, Neff High School students began attending La Mirada High School in the Fall of 1981. Since then, La Mirada High School has been the only high school in La Mirada.


The school's buildings are arranged in a circular position due to the limited amount of space at its location. The school also contains a full sized football field with an athlete standard running track. The campus also features both baseball and softball fields. It is one of a handful of high school tracks equipped to run the steeplechase, and it shares that resource with Biola University.

Notable alumni


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